Half a century on from its formation, the Australian Army Aviation Corps is an all rotary-wing force with advanced and ever‑evolving capabilities.
In a bittersweet moment, the end of an era is upon the Royal Australian Air Force 38 Squadron after 75 years of continuous operational service.
Questions remain over whether Airbus’s decision to take control of the former Bombardier C Series program is a mark of genius or a big risk.
In Hangar 106 at the Caboolture Airfield, The Australian Vintage Aviation Society – TAVAS – brings to life Australia’s most significant collection of Great War aircraft.
This week’s Throwback Thursday article is from the October 2013 edition of Australian Aviation, where Tony Moclair writes about the innovation and Australian capability at the heart of Boeing Aerostructures Australia, Boeing’s largest offshore operation outside the United States.